You also need to remember that you are now missing a body part...leaving some blank space in there...LOL!!! Your body kind of has to rearrange you innerds as it were, settling down into the empty space. Yes, as soon as that rotten organ is out you feel 200% better because you don't have the pain, nausea, and other problems a bad one will cause, but you do still have a few effects of the surgery to get past. That's why they tell you it's a two week recovery period. The best thing you can do for yourself is take your pain meds and enjoy lots of rest and relaxation while your body recovers. You won't be on them forever, so don't worry about taking them for a few more days.
Best of Luck,
•On Disability for: Chronic Migraines, serious Back and Knee problems (will need surgery eventually), moderate Depression, Anxiety/Panic disorder, TMJ, stomach problems
•Divorced, 46, spawn-free
"THE WEATHER IS HERE, I WISH YOU WERE BEAUTIFUL." -Jimmy Buffett